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* Editors Note: Ordinance No. 8937, § 1, adopted September 2, 1997, repealed chapter 7A. Section 2 of the same ordinance added a new chapter 7A to read as herein set out. Formerly, such chapter pertained to similar provisions and derived from Ord. No. 5221, § 1, 10-6-80; Ord. No. 5290, § 1, 1-5-81; Ord. No. 5293, §§ 1, 2, 1-12-81; Ord. No. 5530, § 1, 3-15-82; Ord. No. 5815, § 1, 7-5-83; Ord. No. 6057, §§ 1, 2, 7-2-84; Ord. No. 6729, § 1, 6-15-87; Ord. No. 8153, § 1, 11-1-93.
State Law References: Cable television systems, A.R.S. § 9-505 et seq.
Sec. 7A-1. Short title.
Sec. 7A-2. Definitions.
Sec. 7A-3. Findings and purpose.
Sec. 7A-4. License agreement.
Sec. 7A-5. Policy of innovation.
Sec. 7A-6. Time is of the essence.
Sec. 7A-7. License required.
Sec. 7A-8. Grant of authority.
Sec. 7A-9. Local regulatory framework.
Sec. 7A-10. Reserved.
Sec. 7A-11. Geographic coverage of the system.
Sec. 7A-12. Interconnection.
Sec. 7A-13. Conditions of rights-of-way occupancy.
Sec. 7A-14. Use, rental or lease of utility poles and facilities.
Sec. 7A-15. Cable system design.
Sec. 7A-16. Reserved.
Sec. 7A-17. Privacy.
Sec. 7A-18. Reserved.
Sec. 7A-19. Construction and technical standards.
Sec. 7A-20. Customer service standards.
Sec. 7A-21. Rates.
Sec. 7A-22. Reports.
Sec. 7A-23. Performance evaluation sessions.
Sec. 7A-24. Renewal, revocation, or forfeiture of license.
Sec. 7A-25. Continuity of service.
Sec. 7A-26. Purchase of system by city.
Sec. 7A-27. Foreclosure and receivership.
Sec. 7A-28. Transfers and assignments.
Sec. 7A-29. Subscriber antennas.
Sec. 7A-30. Indemnification and disputes regarding issuance of license.
Sec. 7A-31. Insurance.
Sec. 7A-32. Bonding.
Sec. 7A-33. Security fund.
Sec. 7A-34. License fee.
Sec. 7A-35. Rights reserved to the city.
Sec. 7A-36. Nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity.
Sec. 7A-37. Selection of licensee.
Sec. 7A-38. Cost of consultant.
Sec. 7A-39. Theft of service and tampering.
Sec. 7A-40. Damages.
Sec. 7A-41. Penalties.
Sec. 7A-42. Severability.